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Explorer Tree OCX

Posted on 1998-06-20
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Does anybody know where to get a good Explorer Tree OCX? I want to use as a replacement for the DirListBox control.  Essentially I need (will use it for) to be able to select a directory through this control and return the path to a var.

Thanks in advance
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The OutLine control.
I don't know how to use it, so if you find out please let me know.
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UpAllNite,

  Use Treeview control in Windows Common Control or CCRP FolderTreeview control(CCRP-Common Control Replacement Project).

 For using standard treeview control, choose Project-->Components-->Windows Common Control 5.0, then the treeview control, which one of win95 common control, will appear in your control pallete.

 For using CCRP FolderTreeview control, get it from http://www.mvps.org/ccrp/controls/ccrpftv.htm. It is free and it has example to use it in the site.

 Hope this help.
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